Registration from Abroad
Students abroad, participating in Study Abroad Programs, should select courses from the 5-College Course Schedule and email their registration to firstname.lastname@example.org using the instructions on this page.
- Include the following information:
• Student Name
• Student ID Number
• Course ID Number* and Section Number*
• Course Title*
• Day and Time*
*for each course selection
Please be assured that you will be registered with your class. Due to the high level of student registrations from abroad, please allow 3 to 5 business days after your class registration date to receive an e-mail confirmation of courses. If a course you have requested is full or has been cancelled or requires written permission from the instructor, you will be notified. E-mail permission from an instructor to register in a course will be accepted only from the instructor’s Claremont Colleges email account.
Academic interchange among the undergraduate Colleges and Claremont Graduate University provides opportunities for curricular enrichment and active membership in the wider community of The Claremont Colleges.
Students may register on their own campus for courses open to them in the other Claremont Colleges, subject to the following conditions:
- • First-semester freshmen normally register for their entire program at their college of residence. Exceptions may be made in fields of study not available at their own college. During the second semester, freshmen may register for one course outside their college of residence.
- • Sophomores normally may register for no more than one course per semester outside the college of residence.
- • Juniors or seniors normally may register for no more than one-half of their total program in any one semester outside the college of residence.
- • Registration for courses in joint programs are not considered outside registrations. Intercollegiate courses designated by the letters "AA", "CH", "AF", "KS", or "CG" affixed to the course number are counted as Pitzer courses.
- • Exceptions to the above must be approved by the faculty adviser.
Courses taught in the following joint programs do not count as off-campus courses, even if they are taught on other campuses: American Studies; Anthropology; Art History; Asian Studies; Africana Studies; Chicano Studies; Classics; Media Studies; Gender and Feminist Studies/Women's Studies; Languages; Linguistics; Mathematics; Music; Philosophy; Science, Technology and Society; and Theatre.